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|LIBRA (LIBRA)||Libra is Facebook’s soon to be release currency.||Download|
|BGOGO (BGG)||Bgogo is a proof of stake for the trading infrastructure.||Download|
|VANM (VANM)||Vanm is a local search engine for products and services.||Download|
|SEELE (SEELE)||Seele is a platform that spearheads the Internet of Value era.||Download|
|ORBS (ORB)||Orbs is a practical blockchain solution.||Download|
|Novam (MNVM)||Novam a cryptographic currency based on blockchain technology.||Download|
|Mixin (XIN)||Mixin is a free peer-to-peer transactional network.||Download|
|Metronome (MET)||Metronome is built on Self-Governance, Reliability, and Portability.||Download|
|Metahash (MHC)||Metahash next-generation network based on the Blockchain 4.0 technology.||Download|
|Membrana (MBN)||Membrana brings investors & traders together for concluding contracts.||Download|
|Horizen (ZEN)||Horizen is a leading-edge cryptocurrency technology ecosystem.||Download|
|Gexan (GEX)||Gexan is a blockchain lottery.||Download|
|Faireum (FAIC)||Faireum focuses on the problems of the online gambling.||Download|
|Elrond (ERD)||Elrond Secure Proof of Stake and Adaptive State Sharding.||Download|
|Cures Token (CURES)||Cures is providing a decentralized health care system.||Download|
|Coti (COTI)||COTI is a blockchain protocol optimized for decentralized payments.||Download|
|Litecoin (LTC)||Peer-to-peer cryptocurrency and open-source software project.||Download|
|Z Cash (ZEC)||Zcash cryptography provides enhanced privacy for its users.||Download|
|Dent (DENT)||Global marketplace that allows you to purchase and sell units of mobile data.||Download|
|Augur (REP)||A peer-to-peer, open source, and trustless oracle and prediction market platform.||Download|
|Cardano (ADA)||Decentralised open source public blockchain and cryptocurrency project.||Download|
|EOS (EOS)||A blockchain platform for the development of decentralized applications.||Download|
|IOTA (MIOTA)||Simplifies transactions and processes involving objects that have sensors.||Download|
|Monero (XMR)||A cryptocurrency which focuses on being untraceable and private.||Download|
|PIVX (PIVX)||A privacy-centric Proof-of-Stake cryptocurrency forked from DASH.||Download|
|Tezos (XTZ)||A Ethereum-like blockchain that hosts dApps and smart contracts.||Download|
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Since 2017 Digital Coin Data’s white paper List has offered cryptocurrency investors all the latest acitive and Initial Coin Offering. There are tons of blockchain listing websites available in the internet but most of them are not regularly updated. Digital Coin Data’s white paper List is regularly updated with the quality Active, Pre & Upcoming ICO’s, which ensures that you won’t miss out on the chance to be apart of the next big thing.
Our white paper listings is curated and informative, we perform technology review according to our own review process. We believe investors will have the best chance at finding the blockchain technology that is right for them. This blockchain white paper List is updated multiple times per month so it’s always up to date and has the latest coin offerings and projects since 2017.
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Do you list security token offerings, decentralised coin offerings etc?
Yes, we list security token offerings, token generation events, initial token offerings, decentralised autonomous initial coin offering and most other token offerings of any sort. Blockchain investors are very excited for the rise of security token offerings, we continually updating our white paper list of security tokens.
What is cryptocurrency and why is it important?
Cryptocurrencies are new. The term means different things for developers, investors, economists, legislators, journalists and for the common public. What seems to be common for the digital assets considered as cryptocurrencies is that they all are built on distributed ledgers and traded openly in various platforms and exchanges. Some parts of the community need to value the traded digital asset and accept it as a payment for service or as a good to be exchanged to another usually digital asset.
The classification of cryptocurrencies, various types of virtual tokens, digital coins, securities and digital assets is not very clear, since the legislation and the definitions for various terms are not yet solidified in the international markets and courts. We can expect more clarity on the definitions in the near future when the developer communities and regulators start publishing official guidelines for the asset classification. Before that the field of cryptocurrencies is an ongoing nearly philosophical debate with plenty of misunderstandings and potentially malicious misinformation.
How to review a Blockchain/Cryptocurrency White Paper?
Evaluating the viability of the blockchain and cryptocurrency is in many ways very similar to traditional venture capital investing. The project needs to be evaluated by many traditional aspects of the technology and it’s team. The investor must study in great depth the token economics model viability of the project. Since the price of the tokens are usually defined by the supply and demand on the token markets, the blockchain team’s marketing skills and efforts may play a big role in the project rating as well.
Overall the token model must bring some concrete benefits for the end users and early contributors to make it a justifiable funding model. The team needs to have the required design, implementation and marketing skills to produce the described service. The project roadmap has to be fast to bring quick returns for the early contributors and the plan also has to be realistic so that delays will not cause losing of community confidence.
What is Blockchain?
Blockchain is a protocol for managing a distributed ledger, meaning usually a secured decentralized accounting system that operates through a network of computers in various locations. The network of computer confirm transactions in the system and cross refer the information to each other to keep a reliable, unforgeable and transparent records updated. The effort of providing calculation power to the maintenance of the network calculations is generally called “mining”. The blockchain systems usually reward the mining by generating or providing transaction tokens to the network supporting operators.
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